MEANING: verb tr.: To cheer.
verb intr.: To make a shrill noise.
adjective: Lively; cheerful.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English cearcian (to creak). Earliest documented use: verb: 1000, adjective: 1789.

CHIRAK - the physicist who first identified the Golden Ratio

CHIRK - portmanteau work combining CHUCKLE and CHOK,E produced by inhaling and exhaling at the same time

CHIRE - where Russian Hobbits live